The Struggle for Happiness, or What Is American about Black Dada
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Adam Pendleton's concept of "Black Dada"-which has guided his art making practice-melds references from LeRoi Jones's 1964 poem "Black Dada Nihilismus" and Hugo Ball's "Dada Manifesto" of 1916. To give context to Pendleton's work in the exhibition I am you, you are too, we share an essay byWalker Curator at Large Adrienne Edwards from the "overwhelmingly American assemblage" that is Pendleton's Black Dada Reader.

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